Who can ever walk past a Lavender bush without grabbing some buds, crushing them between your fingers and holding them up to your nose! The smell is nature at its finest.
If you feel the same, you’ll be thrilled to discover that you can now make your very own Lavender Soap with this homemade recipe.
Our post includes a video tutorial from Soap Queen to step you through the Lavender Soap Recipe Cold Process plus we have included how to make Lavender Wands to pretty up your Soap.
You will also love to learn the health benefits of Lavender Oil. As always, be sure that you scroll our page all the way to the end and don’t forget to Pin your favorites.
Dr Axe has listed what he considers the 7 most noteworthy benefits of Lavender Oil and they are impressive to say the least.
Lavender Oil is responsible for improving Eczema and Acne, balancing blood sugar, alleviating headaches to name a few.
It also reduces stress and anxiety which is a big one these days. It also provides anti-oxidant protection.
This ‘How to make Soap’ Infographic from ‘Fix’ is brilliant and covers all the necessary soap making basics.
Once you know the 101 you’ll be able to make all sorts of gorgeous scented soaps. Be sure to Pin for future reference.
How To Make Lavender Soap Cold Press Recipe
We have included a video tutorial from our friends at Bramble Berry. They have some wonderful ideas on their site and you will be lost for hours once you get there.
You can also purchase supplies and kits. Click Play above now ^
Lavender Soap Recipe
- 10″ Silicone Loaf Mold
- 33 oz. Lots of Lather Quick Mix
- 10 oz. Distilled Water
- 4.7 oz. Sodium Hydroxide Lye
- 2 tsp. Sodium Lactate
- 2 oz. Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil
- 1 tsp. Ultramarine Violet Oxide Pigment
- Lavender Buds
- 99% Isopropyl Alcohol in Spray Bottle
- full instructions on Brambleberry
How cute are these Lavender Wands and they would look adorable attached to your soaps. They are also very easy to make and would be perfect sitting atop fresh towels in your bathroom.
How ever you choose to use them, you only need some freshly cut lavender and ribbon to recreate this look. It’s a great idea from Colorful Crafts